Jul 6th

2014

Author By Aeroman
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1939 Chevrolet – “Tommy Gun”

Typically, ChevyBombs features vehicles that have been completed, ready for show.  But this particular project has been under our radar for sometime.  The frame work, performed by Vincent in France, on this aircraft hydraulic equipped bomb has been very impressive.  Here is the low down by Vincent… “I started my dream child project after finishing […]

Jun 9th

2014

Author By Aeroman
CategoryPosted in Bomb of the Month
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Tony Morales’ 1941 Chevrolet Fleetline “German Helmet”

One evening while on a typical grocery shopping trip, my wife and I did the shopping routine: she shops for food and I scan through the car magazines. In one of the Lowrider Magazine issues, there was a car that stood out…stood out enough for me to walk over and show my wife (don’t usually […]

Feb 9th

2014

Author By Aeroman
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Bomb of the Month – February 2014: 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Cabriolet

San Diego is home to year-around sunny weather, beaches, Sea World, and Lil’ Rene’s 1947 Chevrolet Fleetmaster Cabriolet. The convertible is a 2-owner, garaged for 35-years in Florida. A church in New Jersey originally owned the car. Lil’ Rene was only 28 years old when he built up the car where he was following his […]

Jan 19th

2014

Author By Aeroman
CategoryPosted in Project 47
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Project 47, Chapter 9: Taking It To A Different Level

For those of you that haven’t noticed, ChevyBombs.com features an active chat room, usually occupied between Monday – Friday, 6:00am to 4:30pm. Paul Roa is usually in there early in the morning while munching on a Chorizo burrito. While I was in the chat one morning about 2-3 years ago, there was a new user […]

Jan 18th

2014

Author By Aeroman
CategoryPosted in Project 47
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Project 47, Chapter 8: Juan, V8′s Are For Hot Rods!

In 1995, I acquired a ’51 Chevy sedan and enjoyed driving it around with its original 216cui engine and three speed, 4.11 gears. I drove that thing up and down the 101 while in school and it did well on the freeway except when I lost my brakes (that story is for another day). In […]

Jan 12th

2014

Author By Aeroman
CategoryPosted in Project 47
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Project 47, Chapter 7: To Bag? Or to Juice?

I’ll be blunt – I wanted this car low. Very low. As much as I enjoy a stock car, I found the stock suspension height “to be boring” as my good friend Jaime Trujillo from Belen, NM stated one time. These fat-fendered cars have attitude and what better way to bring that attitude out but […]

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